Planes Trains and Autochthonous

 Planes Trains and Autochthonous


White men turn the earth. The last red man is laid to rest, his memory

 to become myth. Death, in its wisdom, sheds a tear. The Great

 Spirit howls a mournful prayer.  The heart of every bear, hawk and

 buffalo welcome the honored guests, the invisible dead of his tribe.

Ron Guell

 Ron Guell is a New Orleans native, retired from the world of work. He recently discovered the challenge of writing short form.  50-word stories are his favorite. The world of writing has brought him a good deal of challenge and enjoyment.

Check out his latest published and award-winning flash fiction story at:


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